EQUIPPING MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH IN VERONA, WISCONSIN, TO ENJOY A GREATER UNDERSTANDING AND OBSERVANCE OF THE LORD’S SUPPER
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This project sought to equip Memorial Baptist church in Verona, Wisconsin, to enjoy a greater understanding and observance of the Lord’s Supper. Chapter 1 presents the history and ministry context of Memorial Baptist Church as well as the goals of this project. Chapter 2 provides exegesis of three passages of Scripture (Luke 22:14- 23; Acts 2:42; and 1 Cor 10:14-11:34) to show that the Lord’s Supper is a necessary gift from Jesus to his church and that it should be observed weekly. Chapter 3 argues for the historical precedent of a weekly observance of the Lord’s Supper and the benefits of observing the Lord’s Supper (e.g., purity in the church and a Christological focus). Chapter 4 describes the project itself, recounting the preparation, implementation, and evaluation of the project. Chapter 5 evaluates the efficacy of the project based on completion of the specified goals. Ultimately, this project sought to equip Memorial Baptist Church to a greater enjoyment and practice of the Lord’s Supper.